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Californians for Responsible Marijuana Reform and California Council of Churches IMPACT presents:


A Facebook Live conversation about the importance of people of faith voting YES on Prop 64.


Sunday, October 30, 2016
6pm - 7pm
RSVP Below


impact.jpgJoin us for a conversation about why people of faith must support Proposition 64.

People of faith play a unique role in this election cycle and for this proposition by encouraging civil, respectful dialogue that builds community and offers a hope-filled vision of the future for all people. In particular, Proposition 64 represents a critical opportunity for the faith community to speak out and educate around the need for criminal justice reform. In particular, there are community programs that can better engage young people than incarceration. Many black and brown lives are destroyed because of incarceration and this is an opportunity for the faith community to speak to the moral imperative for supporting Proposition 64.

On Sunday October 30, 2016 we will produce a statewide webcast (live and recorded) from Sacramento at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church and you'll hear from many respected speakers. You'll be inspired as we look at how we can apply our faith to our communities and to politics, and do so with grace and truth, courage and compassion.


The Rev. Dr. Art Cribbs
Executive Director Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity; Pastor Los Angeles Filipino American United Church of Christ, Director California Council of Churches

The Rev. Walter Contreras
Vice President of NaLEC, National Latino Evangelical Coalition, Latino Pastor at Pasadena Presbyterian Church, Member of CLUE, Clergy United for Economic Justice and La Red de Pastores del Sur de California

Rev. Mahsea Evans
St. Mark’s United Methodist Church Sacramento, The Center for Spiritual and Social Transformation at the Pacific School of Religion, The Ignite Institute at the Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley

The Rev Kevin Kitrell Ross 
Senior Minister/Spiritual Director, Unity of Sacramento

Dale Sky Jones
Oaksterdam University Executive Chancellor

Dianne Goldstein
Lieutenant (Ret.) Redondo Beach Police Department, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP)

The Rev. Dr. Alan Jones
Pastor St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, Sacramento; President California Council of Churches

Jeff Jones
Patient ID Center, US Supreme Court Defendant US v OCBC


The Rev. Dr. Rick Schlosser
California Council of Churches/IMPACT

Kendra Lewis
California Council of Churches/IMPACT

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October 30, 2016 at 6pm - 7pm

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